Trump to scrap Nasa climate research in crackdown on ‘politicized science’

When the Guardian runs an article admitting that Trump is going to scrap NASA climate “research” because it is “politicised science”, when it then mentions of all people, the highly politicised Mann, and when it does not allow any comments – because it knows just what people will say and just doesn’t want to hear the majority any longer.

We know we’ve won.

The battle was never about proving or disproving “global warming”, instead it was about depoliticising “science” so that it was possible to know whether or not the globe is actually warming and by how much and to base public policy on real data and not on the manipulated figures stemming from the vile hate-filled politicised anti-modern-industrial-society journalists & “scientists” .

But in truth, this clear out of the politicised “scientists” should have been done as a result of Climategate. There is no excuse – except that it was politically convenient to have politicised researchers politicising the data and leading us down an anti-science pathway.

And in that way, Trump is arguably the most pro-science president there has ever been – and he’s not even taken office yet.

(I avoid posting links to the Guardian because their climate coverage & the way they treat people who are entirely properly sceptical …  is poisonous).

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One Response to Trump to scrap Nasa climate research in crackdown on ‘politicized science’

  1. John Gundersen says:

    Let us hope the next president holds fast to his promises before the election, but now I hear that he has an open mind regarding climate change, and in other fields also comes up with a watered down promises. Does not sound good. Reminds me of a unprincipled turncoat…

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